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Diana, Princess of Wales

(1961-1997), Princess of Wales

Sitter in 47 portraits
Youngest daughter of the 8th Earl Spencer, Lady Diana Spencer married Charles, Prince of Wales in 1981 in a ceremony broadcast to 750 million viewers worldwide. They were separated in 1992, divorced in 1996. Tireless worker on behalf of numerous charities, particularly those concerned with Aids, children, the homeless and the elderly; leading campaigner against the use of landmines. Diana became an international icon by wearing carefully chosen outfits by leading fashion designers for important public engagements. Popularly known as 'the people's princess' she is mother of Princes William and Harry.

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Prince Harry; Diana, Princess of Wales; Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, by Derry Moore, 12th Earl of Drogheda - NPG x126973

Prince Harry; Diana, Princess of Wales; Prince William, Duke of Cambridge

by Derry Moore, 12th Earl of Drogheda
C-type colour print, 1992
NPG x126973

Diana, Princess of Wales, by George Grimes - NPG x87228

Diana, Princess of Wales

by George Grimes
bromide fibre print, September 1993
NPG x87228

Diana, Princess of Wales, by Roger Hargreaves - NPG x126246

Diana, Princess of Wales

by Roger Hargreaves
bromide fibre print, 1995
NPG x126246

Image currently unavailable owing to copyright restrictions

Diana, Princess of Wales; Prince Henry of Wales

by Lord Snowdon
gelatin silver print, 21 December 1984
NPG P1869

Web image not currently available

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge; Diana, Princess of Wales

by Lord Snowdon
C-type colour print, 1982
NPG x29876

Image currently unavailable owing to copyright restrictions

Diana, Princess of Wales

by Tim Graham
C-type colour print, 1986
NPG x29861

Image currently unavailable owing to copyright restrictions

Diana, Princess of Wales

by Jose Manuel Ribeiro, for Reuters
digital colour print, 15 January 1997
NPG x126073

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